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For people with Down syndrome, family members, caregivers and professionals.
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Social Media Checklists The document linked above contains 3 social media checklists: Social Media Safety - A list of steps to take to increase your safety online. Exampl
Making Good Choices on our Phones, Social Media, and the Internet Rules for Phone Use Rules for Social Media Use What I Can Share on Social Media
Making Good Choices on our Phones, Social Media, and the Internet Should we share a post, comment, message, picture, or video? Before sharing something, we should: 1. S
Tips for Successful Video Calls Remember: Video calls like Zoom are public spaces. This means that other people can see or hear what we do, say, and show. Fin
Rules for Phone Use Remember that phones are a public space. If you do not know the number, let the call go to voicemail. Make sure to call and text at a reasonable hour. Wait fo
Rules for Social Media Use I should have ONE account per social media platform. Account settings should be private. Location settings should be turned OFF on all apps. If I would not show i
What I Can Share on Social Media Questions to ask myself before I share... Why do I want to share this? Have I already shared something today? Will people want to see my post? Wh
There are many things to think about when planning a date such as who you will ask, when and where you will go, how much it will cost, and how you will get to and from the date. The handouts below can
There are many things to think about when we are looking for a job that is right for us. The visual linked below describes a variety of potential jobs and job settings, provides a list of questions to
This handout shares tips for individuals with Down syndrome to be successful in the workplace.
The visuals under the headers explain what self-talk is and why we use it. Tap or click on the headers to find printable versions for girls/women and boys/men. There are also versions for dif
Our Resource Library has several resources on developing and maintaining healthy friendships for individuals with Down syndrome and their families and caregivers. Having meaningful relationships can p
When we talk about emotions during our social skills groups for adolescents and adults with Down syndrome, we explain that it is ok to feel any emotion; however, it is not ok to have negative
This visual handout explains what boundaries are and how to set them.
This visual handout from our social skills group explains what to do when there is a conflict.
This visual handout shares activities you can do to help yourself calm down.
Being able to manage conflict effectively is an important skill for having healthy relationships. The handouts pictured and linked below are from our social skills groups for individuals with Down syn
"I" statements are a way to share how we feel in a clear, calm, and respectful way. The handouts pictured below explain the components of "I" statements. There is a
This social story talks about privacy using pictures appropriate for men.
This social story talks about privacy using pictures appropriate for women.
This visual handout explains what consent is and why it is important in relationships.
This visual explains what happens when you get an ECG or EKG.
This social story explains what public means using pictures.
What do we like about our friends? As this handout shows, good friends usually use nice words, do kind things, listen, tell the truth, have boundaries, apologize, take turns, and say how they feel.
Please note: The information on this site is for educational purposes only and is not intended to serve as a substitute for a medical, psychiatric, mental health, or behavioral evaluation, diagnosis, or treatment plan by a qualified professional. We recommend you review the educational material with your health providers regarding the specifics of your health care needs.
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